Our 50th TechTool review is of GoodSam – an app encouraging medics to help as first responders for incidents in their own community.
This week I’m taking a break from reviewing apps that educate us as doctors, and instead have decided to look at how our smartphones, and technology in general, can be used to help our patients.
I first reviewed figure1 on launch in the US. This week it has officially launched in Australia. Here I take a look at version 3.1 eight months after launch
3D Health Anatomy provides 3D digital animation videos in order to be able to effectively explain procedures or conditions to your patients
Getting excited by testing a new beta application for the iPhone! For the first time it is possible to assess both heart rate and oxygen saturation levels using only a smartphone.
FirstResponder is an app that can be used on the sports field by parents/teachers/coaches to determine the likelihood of a significant head injury
PalmEM includes PalmPedi content, and aims to cover everything you might need to know about Emergency Medicine). Is that really possible? It just might be.
This week, we released Smart FOAM, a new mobile app, which collects all your #FOAMed resources in the one place. The idea is to make it easier to access FOAM, given that the volume of content is increasing by the minute.
Cranial Nerve iExamination was designed by two medical students at Monash University. It takes you through completing a cranial nerve assessment and helps interpret the findings
Reversing Warfarin aims to help doctors manage their patients who are on warfarin, providing specific and clear management advice
A new version of MedCalc is out and we have free promo codes to give away – get in quick!
SimpLog allows you to keep track of patient follow-up from ED, so you will remember to chase results, call the patient to check their symptoms are improving or arrange follow up